Top up MBA at city College Oxford validated and awarded by University of Chichester through OTHM

Feb 26, 2019
Are you planning your career in Business and Management?

Are you planning your career in business and management?

 Are you aiming for that MBA from a UK university? How about studying on an MBA (top up) course from wherever you are in the world?

 City College Oxford is an approved cantre to deliver OTHM qualifications, we are delighted to offer our students the MBA top up which validated and awarded by University of Chichester.

As our qualifications are approved and regulated by Ofqual, learners are eligible to progress to top-up degree and master’s programmes at many universities in UK and overseas with advanced standing. Successful completion of certain diplomas will also allow learners to join the following top-up programmes which is delivered by OTHM on blended learning method (Flexible Distributed Learning)

 If you already have an OTHM Level 7 Diploma in Strategic Management and Leadership we can passport you on to the top up Master of Business Administration (MBA) course at Chichester University.

 The purpose of this programme is to deliver a practical and realistic solution to a business-related strategic challenge, which in turn is supported by appropriate reference to theoretical and conceptual analysis.

 Why an MBA? 

  • Whatever business or specialism you chose the MBA is the internationally recognised qualification by global corporations and businesses as well as smaller enterprises.
  • An MBA underpins strategic and operational management practice as well as giving an opportunity for in-depth research into the management issues that you are passionate about.
  • An opportunity to excel and progress in a chosen field.

 Students say they like our Flexible Distributed Learning because it suits all learning styles and enables them to take control of their learning and study wherever and whenever is best for them.

 What is Flexible Distributed Learning (FDL)?

The UK Quality Assurance Agency Code of Practice defines FDL:

 ’any educational provision leading to an award, or to specific credit towards an award, of an awarding institution delivered and/or supported and/or assessed through means which generally do not require the student to attend particular classes or events at particular times and particular locations.’
The benefits of this approach to learning are that:

A student’s place of study can be anywhere that suits that individual

Assessment can be carried out remotely and the student does not have to physically attend the University


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